posted on Sep, 21 2010 @ 01:37 AM
Well finally someone has stuck it to the man. I'm glad it's come out and I wish I could have a second with the President to let him know how I'm
feeling as well.
"I'm one of your middle class Americans. And quite frankly, I'm exhausted. Exhausted of defending you, defending your administration, defending
the mantle of change that I voted for," a woman told President Obama at a town hall.
I am someone who stands right beside this woman. Going into election day 2008, I was still unsure of who I was going to vote for. Obama's speeches
were so charismatic and moving that I really felt like this was the one man who can actually bring change. But being the truth seeker that I am, I
knew deep down nothing would change, yet I still had some hope. I thought maybe, just maybe, this man wasn't just the same ol same ol. Boy was I
wrong. This man has taken what Bush has done and made it look like scraps. These years are my college years, supposedly some of the best years of my
life. Well I haven't had it. I didn't even have my teens thanks to Bush.
How I wish I had just a few seconds with this man, or any politician past and present, on live television. I know I would strike a chord with a strong
segment of the American populace and hopefully a revolution (please no guts and blood) would begin. We need more people like this woman. We need to
stand up and actually give it to these people because we're all just sitting back, saying and doing nothing. I'm guilty as well but seeing as these
guys seem to think they're untouchable and well, really they are, how could I or anyone ever gonna get the chance to say or do anything. By doing or
saying nothing, these people think that they can just continue pushing us down the path to poverty, slavery, war and eventually death. Remember, there
are close to 7 billion people in this world, and these politicians, bankers, corporatist only make up less than a percent of the total population. No,
I don't have statistics to back that claim up but I'm sure it's close to the real deal.